I know it can seem daunting to get in a good, sweaty workout without a ton of equipment or space, but I’ve really come to learn that with some creativity (and commitment — you have to have that!) you can get an amazing bodyweight routine knocked out with things you have hanging around your house.
Yoga is not really supposed to be a showy endeavour, but I share my journey to inspire people who want to try but aren’t sure where to start.
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” Wise words that sum up my love for group fitness.
The PiYo Flip works all of your muscles — your shoulders, back, glutes and legs, and it especially takes good core strength to perform with good alignment.
BE HERE NOW. Live with intention. Make the time if you can. And if you can’t, be present for those short stretches, whenever they come. Time flies. So soar!
Audrey LOVES dancing, yoga, riding her bike, etc., and because she has so much fun, I have fun. Here are some ways that you can incorporate family fitness!
Turbo Kick is cardio kickboxing and body-sculpting dance moves choreographed to today’s music — all mixed together. High intensity, fast-faced and definitely a BLAST.
Lost your mojo? Can’t seem to break through your training or racing plateau? Try these tips from USA Track & Field certified running coach Jason Fitzgerald!
Proprioception is a fancy way of saying: how your body feels in space. Here are three things you can do to work on that awareness, strength and flexibility.
Recently, I got the shocking news that a young family member of mine had died at the last mile of a half marathon. Now, thousands are honoring his life.